This is my favorite restaurant in NYC. It's elegant and romantic without being too swanky. When making a reservation, request a window table. They accommodated me by setting up a table for 10 next to the window. The view is overlooking Columbus Circle. I was there on December 30, 2019 with my business partner dinner was $168, which included: appetizers, entrees and 2 drinks each. They also give complimentary tastings. That night we were given tastings of an appetizer, dessert and wine. There are 2 restrooms. The one at the end is glass/window with a street view.
Awesome place for a fabulous view and a great cocktail or glass of wine. Food is very good too, but pricey. Make reservations so you ensure you get a table with a good view.
I went here for a friend’s graduation dinner & enjoyed my experience. The staff was friendly & able to provide wonderful recommendations! We ordered the octopus (my first time) which was cooked perfectly & reminded me of scallops. I ordered the NY sour cocktail & red Zinfandel wine with my meal which was the rigatoni. The NY sour was delicious & very different because of the Malbec in the drink. My wine paired perfectly with the pasta which came out hot & was extremely filling. My boyfriend ordered the lamb shanks & LOVED THEM! He’s a big guy so we were both curious to see how the portions were & he was extremely pleased & cleaned his plate lol. The waiters also brought out complementary bread which was a nice added touch. The restaurant sits on top of a museum so you get incredible views of Columbus circle! Would highly recommend for a date night or special celebration!
Very clean and accessible place. They offer big meals and for fair prices. I enjoyed the meals a lot and the waiters were super welcoming and explanatory. Recommended.
I was here for a 6 person celebration brunch. The food was absolutely divine. The octopus was prepared perfectly, buttery soft and well grilled. The wagyu burger was dressed beautifully, a good piece of meat with a delicious fig marmalade. The sweetness was a great contrast to the the salty slab of deliciously fatty meat. Service was acceptable, though I would have preferred to be given water immediately as we sat, and for our order to be taken much sooner. Understandable (due to the Pandemic) service issues aside, Robert was the best experience I’ve ever had at a restaurant that has no need to be so amazing. The prices were very reasonable for the location, and the amazing view of Columbus Circle and Central Park alone demand a higher price at places like Stone Rose.